KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-Chairman and former president Asif Ali Zardari would leave for US next week to attend the oath taking ceremony of the president-elect Donald Trump.
Trump, who won the US election against Democrat Hillary Clinton in November, will take oath on January 20th in Washington. Mike Pence will take charge as the vice president.
According to the reports, Zardari had been invited to Trump’s inauguration by US government.
He will be accompanied by Sherry Rehman, who served as the Pakistan’s ambassador to the US, and Rehman Malik and other party leaders.

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  1. Representatives of foreign countries are not invited to president inauguration. Zardari and Sharif are lying.
    What can else be expected??
    Only ambassadors/consular chiefs are invited.

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